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Republicans, vote Joe this election

Kristin Boyles, Growl Editor

September 24, 2020

Voting for Joe Biden isn’t the “socialist, democracy-ruining agenda” you think it is. Conservatives and Republicans often look at Joe Biden as the face of the downfall of our nation when, in reality, the U.S. might as well...

BU Athletes Subjected to COVID-19 Ramifications

Emily Clauss, News Editor

September 21, 2020

Bloomsburg University made the questionable decision to have students return to campus this fall. Unfortunately, this choice led to several students contracting Covid-19, including me. Despite the social distancing and mask...

Sunday Connections

N.L., Contributing Writer

September 15, 2020

My whole life I’ve been a loser. But then in 2017 we took the whole thing. Sometime in the midst of that twelve months I signed myself up to the “official” Philadelphia Eagles season ticket registry, so I could rightfully...

Essential workers should be treated essentially

Abigail Prichett, Assistant Growl Editor

September 15, 2020

During this worldwide pandemic, many people are staying inside and limiting their contact with others, but essential workers don’t have that option. They are the backbone of our society and this hellish year has only proven...

Apple’s “Shot on iPhone” is the Future of Marketing

Sabin Laskoski, Op/Ed Columnist

September 11, 2020

Technology companies have long sought methods to showcase their products’ technology. Many of these companies rely on brief, intense advertisements that do nothing more than highlight the product’s designs and features. Apple,...

Healthy Living in 2020

Abigail Prichett, Assistant Growl Editor

September 1, 2020

To say that this year has been a crapshoot is definitely an understatement. With a worldwide pandemic, an upcoming election, the murders of numerous POC by the police, and the possible ends of both TikTok and the USPS at the hands...

This Week in History

Tristan Dzoch, BU History Club

August 31, 2020

With many social events being cancelled or restricted due to COVID-19 concerns, it may be interesting to discuss a time when around 500,000 young people traveled to a small town in New York to promote “3 days of peace and music.” Woodstock...

Seriously, Just Wear a Mask

N.L., Contributing Writer

August 28, 2020

No one takes you seriously. No one took you serious. That feeling inside knowing that a difference could be made if you just stayed on top of things. Overlooked and under-appreciated, even on just those whimsy, sideways...

The Umbrella Academy Season Two Picks Up the Pace

Carol Etzel

August 26, 2020

After a one-year hiatus, the seven Hargreeves siblings were brought back to the Netflix big screen in a striking season two of The Umbrella Academy. The series picks up right where it left off in season one. Five’s attempt ...

Protesting Holds Power in Bloom

Abigail Prichett, Assistant Growl Editor

June 3, 2020

On June 3rd, hundreds of protestors gathered at the intersection of Main Street and Market Street to peacefully protest the murder of George Floyd. Floyd was killed on May 25th, after being forcefully restrained by police officer Derek Chauvin. Upon the accusation of using a coun...

Could COVID-19 Re-emerge?

Abigail Prichett, Staff Writer

May 24, 2020

People are rejoicing as hair salons, craft stores, and shopping malls slowly begin to re-open across the United States. But is it too early?  Even though cases may be decreasing in our state, allowing hordes of people to shop...

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